Accommodation in Liverpool

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Welcome to Liverpool

Explore Liverpool

A bustling, vibrant city with a rich cultural heritage: it’s no surprise that Liverpool is one of Britain’s most popular city break destinations. Crowned European Capital of Culture in 2008, this gem in northern England’s crown is packed full of of museums, galleries, fascinating maritime history and incredible architecture. Its energetic nightlife is famous throughout the UK.

About Liverpool

Liverpool found fame as a port and has kept its place on the word stage through music and culture

  • More Liverpudlian artists have had a #1 record than those of any other city
  • Home to Liverpool FC and Everton, it’s the UK’s most successful footballing city

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Where to Stay

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With a metropolitan population of less than half a million, Liverpool isn’t too huge to explore over a weekend. The vibrant centre itself is a great place to rent an apartment, keeping the main cultural attractions within walking distance and making it easy to get home after an evening out enjoying Liverpool’s famously buzzing bar and club scene. The Albert Dock area in particular is crammed with Liverpool’s finest bars and restaurants. A little less central but still easily accessible by public transport or taxi are the areas of Sefton Park and Lark Lane, with their many bars and restaurants. The often overlooked countryside surrounding Liverpool is worth exploring, and the charming seaside towns of Formby and Crosby are only a short train ride away from Liverpool city centre. Across the Mersey from the city sits the Wirral Peninsula - book an apartment near the sandy beaches of the West Wirral for a lovely family break.

Things to Do

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Perhaps the best place for visitors to begin their tour of Liverpool is at the docks. The Albert Dock, a world heritage site, is a hugely popular tourist attraction which celebrates Liverpool’s industrial past. The Dock is home to many attractions, including Tate Liverpool, the northern outpost of the famous London art gallery. The Maritime Museum which documents Liverpool’s rich maritime history is also located here. The city was shaped by the role it played as one of the world’s major ports and it is interesting to get an idea of what it was like in centuries gone by - for example, the Titanic was registered in Liverpool and many Liverpudlians lost their lives on the ship. An informative memorial located on the waterfront pays tribute to those working in the engine room of the ship. Finally, The Beatles are never too far away when discussing Liverpool and its history and there is ample opportunity to visit famous locations such as the Cavern Club.

Eating and Drinking

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Like any large city in Britain, Liverpool has a great range of food covering cuisines from across the world. The two main areas for eating and drinking are the city centre itself, where the most upmarket restaurants are based, and Lark Lane, a few miles outside the centre, which is packed with independent shops, bars and eateries. Fridays and Saturday nights are when Liverpool comes alive, and many of the bars and clubs are focused in the areas around Mathew Street (also the location of the Cavern Club) and Concert Square. Seel Street is an up and coming addition to Liverpool’s nightlife, with some great music venues and cool bars. Liverpudlians like to dress up for an evening out, so unless you are going specifically to an alternative club, bear that in mind. To drink like a local, keep an eye out for pubs serving cask beer from Cain's, Liverpool’s main brewery.

Getting Around

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Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located seven miles southeast of the city centre, and Manchester Airport is also close enough to serve the city. Several bus services link Liverpool Airport with the city centre and it’s just a short 25 minute journey. Liverpool is also well served by train and bus from elsewhere in the UK. The city centre itself is compact and easily navigable on foot, although taxis are prevalent and easy to hail, which comes in handy late at night. The local bus services are also easy to use, with cash fares payable to the driver. For day trips outside the city, to local sites of interest such as the Antony Gormley “Another Place” sculpture on Crosby Beach,or Port Sunlight on the Wirral, use the local train services which are regular with reasonable fares. Finally, make sure you take the “Ferry across the Mersey” at least once during your visit - it’s a Liverpool tradition!

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10 Excellent
February 2018
Clean and Simple Private Double Room

The room is very nice, the bathroom was big and everything was even better than expected! The host Taiwo has been very helpful and nice and her friend who showed us the house (Taiwo hasn't been here during our stay) told us all we had to...

10 Excellent
November 2017
Earthly Toned Single Close to the Famous Penny Lane

Lovely quiet traditional property, very clean comfortable and warm. Very convenient spot near main bus route to city and on edge of Penny lane. No problems at all and instructions for key Etc all worked out just fine. Nice touch was the...

10 Excellent
August 2017
Cute Double Room near Penny Lane

Excellent stay, the room was as describe; nice, clean and cozy. The location is twenty minutes by bus to downtown. The bus stop is three minutes walk. The supermarkets are near. We would definitely return.

8 Very good
January 2017
Large Apartment Well Located

A nice apartement with a great and very friendly host! We looked for a comfortable but cheap place to stay and found it here, it was all we expectedand needed. It`s very silent and has a good bus connection to the city center (only 15 mi...

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